Museums in Abu Dhabi, that tells the region’s history

Museums in Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority holds the responsibility of existing and future museums in Abu Dhabi. Among this, the authority is working on the development of the Cultural District museums on saadiyat, and also the responsibility for maintaining museums in the eye and Delma, to form an international cultural platform to be a source of inspiration for artistic and educational experiences.

Abu Dhabi has been able to maintain its culture through commercial exchanges between the regional and international countries over thousands of years, and this vision entrenched in history since the past, and even the future.

Museums in Abu Dhabi, that tells the region's history

Abu Dhabi Authority for Tourism and Culture museums are focusing on the cultural and archaeological aspects as well as contemporary art. This is reflected through the archaeological and ethnographic exhibits that give an overview of the traditions of the United Arab Emirates and its cultures. such as those in Al Ain National Museum and the Zayed National Museum, which also lists the biography of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan’s, and his unification of the United Arab Emirates, as well as the history of the region and its cultural relations with all over the world.

The Louvre Abu Dhabi

The Louvre Abu Dhabi is a planned museum, to be located in Abu Dhabi, UAE. it is intended to be a place of discovery, exchange and education. It will also play an important social role in United Arab Emirates. In this respect, it can be seen as a product of the 18th-century Enlightenment in Europe. This movement gave birth to the principle of the encyclopedic and universal museum housing diverse collections of artworks for the purposes of public display and scientific study. The museum will present major objects from the fields of archaeology, fine arts and decorative arts. It will also represent all regions, periods, including contemporary art and the narrative of art history.

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